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Ah…17 is where they draw the line in the sand. Well done.
That’s Wisconsin. Keep giving them chances til you kill someone. It’s the Republicans that won’t let a law pass to stop this because the Tavern League is in their back pocket.
>A criminal complaint states that Bowers’ 17 prior OWI convictions spanned more than 20 years from 1988 to 2011. **He had a valid driver’s license at the time of his 18th offense**.
how? how is that fucking true?
Is that legally distinct from a DUI? Does that cover more ground, or is Wisconsin trying not to offend…well…themselves?
Being from Wisconsin until 2015 this is not that uncommon. I can’t remember how many news stories I saw about someone get their 8th or higher DUI and having a valid drivers license. They would almost always get it back because they “needed” it in order to work.
A friend of mine was pulled over one night obviously drunk and the officer let him go with a warning because he didn’t have that much farther to go. It’s insane how much drinking and driving is seen as a thing that just happens and is easily overlooked.
DUI’s are cash cows for the state.
His OWI game is weak